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London Design Week: Playful Wall Hooks

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London Design Week: Playful Wall Hooks

October 24, 2012

It's unanimous—hooks are the only way for the less orderly members of the family to keep their clothes off the floor (are you listening, Will and Colm?). Here are three that I spotted at Tent London during London Design week that stand on their own when not in use; should said family members become prone to memory lapses.

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Above: Available in boxes of a half dozen, UK designer Schofield's Coat Eggs are an amusing take on the traditional coat peg; designed and laid in Yorkshire. For more information, go Daniel Schofield Studio.

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Above: The Hangers Collection La Familia by Chilean company Bravo are made from brass and raulí wood. For more information, go to Bravo!

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Above: Inject a a little comic book communication into the daily scramble to get out the door with the Blurb Coat Rack from UK designer Bettina Nissen, made from laser cut powder coated steel and supplied with a dry erase pen; £10 for a single, £15 for a double, and £30 for a Coat Rack.

N.B. Thinking about organizing your own jail with coat hooks? See 237 images of Coat Hooks in our Gallery of rooms and spaces.

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